Watch a Major League Baseball Player Shatter a Lens with a Foul Ball
11 days ago - By Peta Pixel
Major League Baseball player Tyler O'Neill hit a foul ball off at just the right angle to send it flying into the lens of the backstop camera. The damage caused a slight delay in play as the grounds crew dealt with the bits of shattered glass.
As reported by DPReview , O'Neill - an outfielder for the Saint Louis Cardinals - ripped the foul ball off an 0-1 pitch delivered by Miami Marlin's pitcher Sandy Alcantara during the two teams' April 6 meeting. The pitch came in at O'Neill at 90 miles-per-hour and was classified as a “changeup,” or pitch that appears to the batter to be a fastball...
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